Actor Luke Evans has become the latest Fast & Furious star to pay tribute to tragic actor Paul Walker following his death on Saturday (30Nov13).

Walker died after when a Porsche sportscar he was a passenger in crashed and burst into flames in Santa Clarita, California.

Evans, who starred in the sixth installment of the Fast & Furious films earlier this year (13), has offered up his tribute to the late star, recalling how Walker made him feel welcome on the set.

He tells, "He was just a really down to earth, cool guy. He was warm, just very kind. You know, I was the new boy on the set. He didn't have to have much to do with me but he always took time to come over, give me a hug, have a chat. He was that kind of guy.

"He just gave off a really great energy. He surrounded himself with wonderful people. That says something about who you are. His friends and family were always surrounding him."

Walker's longtime co-star Vin Diesel led a family memorial to his dead castmate at the crash site on Monday evening (02Dec13), while other Fast & Furious regulars like Michelle Rodriguez, Dwayne Johnson, Tyrese Gibson and Ludacris have poured out their feelings on social media websites.